Free Printable Multiplication Chart

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Multiplication charts are a really easy way to visualize the times tables. This free printable multiplication chart is very colorful and will look great either hung on the wall or added to a student binder for easy reference.

If you are going through the pain of learning math facts with your kids, I really feel you.

It has taken us years to actually “get it”. But I put this down to adding a multiplication grid on his bedroom wall.

We also used to have a copy on the kitchen table. That way, when he was eating breakfast we would do some “quick math”. Incorporating multiplication skills into everyday life is the best way to learn them.

It is fun to find the patterns in the colorful multiplication charts too. In fact, my son would sit in bed and try to find them.

free printable multiplication chart

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Multiplication chart printable

If you are teaching multiplication to struggling students this free chart is for you.

These free printables will print on letter-headed paper, and you can either print both or just the one you want. There is a blue, a purple, and a grey one.

The times table grids are 12 x 12.

How to use a multiplication chart?

Multiplication charts work like bingo sheets, where the number inside of each box represents the product of the corresponding column and row.

So the horizontal row multiplied by the vertical row will give an answer as can be seen below.

For example 2×3=6, 4×2=8, 6×6=36.

times tables example

Now that you understand how the chart works, you can get the kids to fill in each box with the number that is equal to the product of the corresponding column and row.

How to print these multiplication chart printables?

There are several ways you can use these printable charts:

  1. Laminate them so they can be used over and over again. (I love my laminator, I pretty much use it for everything!!)
  2. Print them on cardstock that way they will look really good on the wall.
  3. Or just use copy paper and add them to ring binders for easy reference.

There are hundreds of different multiplication tables to be found on Etsy.

Free printable blank multiplication chart

Included in the free pdf file (scroll to the end of this post) there is also a printable multiplication table that the children will have to fill in.

These are aimed at students in 3rd grade but can be used as and when the children need to learn them.

free printable blank multiplication chart

Best multiplication games for kids

These printable multiplication flashcards worked brilliantly for us. But we also supplemented them with the following multiplication games:

These are all of the best math board games!

free multiplication chart printable

Additional free math worksheets

You will also enjoy our free math worksheets:

Tips for downloading the free files

Below you will see a large sign-up box where you need to add your name and email address, and press I NEED THIS NOW!

Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.

Sometimes emails get a little wonky, so if you can’t see it, please check your spam folder where I am sure it is hiding.

Download the free printable multiplication charts

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Another great way to learn multiplication facts is to play cool math games on Roblox with Brainika or play free math games with Beast Academy.

Last Updated on 14 April 2024 by Clare

One Comment

  1. Thank you so much for these freebies. My adult special needs class loves to work on these between lessons. Even though math is not on our Transition to Employment curriculum, I feel it is a must to know especially when they get a paying job. With your worksheets they are able to regain knowledge and learn new math skills.

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